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Under What Wilderness

by Hilary Clarcq

The title of this painting is a line from Ted Hughes’ poem, Thrushes. He’s observing (and envying) the way that animals seem to act with utter clarity, focus, and efficiency. The majority of humans are not this way: we have doubts, desires, and dreams which send us in different directions from one moment to the next. The poem describes these “distracting devils” as originating beneath the “wilderness” within our psyches.

Details: Oil painting on a 7/8" deep cradled panel with black edges. Signed in lower right. Comes ready-to-hang in a beautiful gold and black "floater" frame.
Painting Width: 6"
Painting Height: 12"
Overall Framed Dimensions: ~ 8" wide x 14" tall x 2" deep

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Hilary Clarcq is an illustrator and gallery artist. Her oil paintings often favor symbolism over literal narrative, and they tend to have a surreal or dreamlike quality. Her work has been recognized by Spectrum Fantastic Art, Illustration West, and Infected by Art. She was the recipient of the Muddy Colors Rising Stars Award in 2019 and the Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist in 2021.